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To: dennisw

I know the guy that has the most successful security software company for mainframe computers. IBM tried to buy his, ended up acquiring the 2nd best from holland.

This guy wrote the UN policy for mainframe computer security.

China approached him and wanted to have him put a company in China, only two requirements, hire Chinese and source code must be in the country.

he knew how dangerous it would be to put source code in their hands for security and declined. IBM however did put an office in China and you have to ask if they put their source code for security there. Can you imagine the danger posied if they had access to source code.


3 posted on 02/03/2013 8:54:17 AM PST by edcoil (Manage your own lawsuit: www.jurisdictionary.com?refercode=KK0012)
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To: edcoil
Can you imagine the danger posied if they had access to source code.

Almost as bad as them writing all the firmware.

4 posted on 02/03/2013 9:17:04 AM PST by palmer (Obama = Carter + affirmative action)
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To: edcoil

The Chinese now manufacture most of the world’s computer hardware (they can modify firmware). They also insist on knowing the source code of software companies that do business in China. Both of these facts pose a major threat to national security and is one of the main reasons why I oppose what is called “free-trade”. We need to bring home most manufacturing, especially computers and telecommunications equipment. We need to stop arguing over free-trade. It does not exist on an international level and it has never existed.


6 posted on 02/03/2013 11:10:11 AM PST by 3Fingas (Sons and Daughters of Freedom, Committee of Correspondence)
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